Great Lakes Technocrat - Vol. 4 - No. 5 - Whole No. 86 - July August 1947
IN THIS ISSUE
Gullible's Travels - Tell Me A Funny Story, Daddy - 1
Never The Twain Shall Meet - The Need For Direction - 9
Why I Am A Technocrat - Cry It From The Roof Tops - 11
E=MC2 - by Stuart Chase - 13
Where Is My Boy Tonight? - Current Legend— 2700 A.D. - 18
Old Concepts or New Designs - Hitch Your Wagon To A Rising Star - 20
Footprints In The Sand - Report On A Celestial Interview - 22
From the Camera's Eyeview - Test And Add Correctly - 25
Flashes of American History - VII — Kelly Makes A Discovery In Steel - 33
Primer of Technocracy - Culmination of The Industrial Revolution - 35
Technocracy Marches On - Productivity Changes Since 1939 — Part II - 38
Technocracy And Your Trade - Foundry Workers — Part II - 42
Each In His Own Tongue - Voice of The Price System and Technology - 48
In The Question Box - A Word To The Wise - 52
Clear The Way - Back Cover
September 9, 2011 Subject:
Technological change .... Technology destroys the price system
The unique and defining aspect of Technocracy design (Technical Alliance information) is that it is not a 'political system' it is a science social design which uses the metric of energy.
It is not a throwback to the labor based 'contract society' which was handed down intact to us from the Middle East and is still the 'operating system' used, but no longer viable.
Technology destroys the current price system method. Then change occurs for better or worse.